The Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group has been meeting in NYC since 1991. We offer support, information, and a sense of community to adults with ADD/ADHD and related issues. Our Motto Is: Were Not Lazy, Crazy or Stupid.
The Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group will have its next General Support Group meeting on Thursday December 2nd, 2021 at 6:00 PM. Our meetings take place at the West End Collegiate Church (We use the side entrance at 245 West 77th Street - North side between Broadway & West End Ave).
Meeting participants will have an opportunity to briefly introduce themselves and talk about their challenges. Group members will then respond, and offer suggestions to try to help. The goal is to foster a sense of community for everyone. We like to use the motto We are not Lazy, Crazy, or Stupid.
Please Note: As per NYC/CDC regulations: Everyone who attends must present their vaccination card, or NY Pass on their phone. All meeting participants must have their mask on for all indoor meetings. As per Church policy, they ask that no one brings any food or beverages into the room where we meet. We request a $5.00 donation at our meetings. Thank you.
On Tuesday, December 7th at 7:00 PM (EST) , We will have a Zoom Lecture titled Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall: What is Scary About It All?
Our Presenter Will Be: Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC, PCAC, CPCC, ACG
About Our Lecture:
Self-awareness is very much a part of executive function and an important factor in managing ADHD. Being self-aware and owning your ADHD is often the difference between those who struggle and those who thrive. Question is what gets in the way of self-awareness? In this webinar, ADHD coach Jeff Copper will review Dr. Russell Barkley's ADHD construct in the context of executive function. He'll talk about the conflicting relationship between emotional self-regulation and self-awareness to look at the problem beneath the problem as a means to create mindfulness of what is going on, what is needed to be more self-aware, and why you might be resisting unbiased introspection. If you have ADHD and understand ADHD but still struggle, this webinar could provide the insight you need to move forward.
Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach, founder of DIG Coaching Practice, and host of Attention Talk Radio and Attention Talk Video. He coaches his clients to help them realize their potential in business and personally. Having learned to manage attention and deal with his own challenges, Jeff developed his anatomy of attention construct to help his clients control their attention and move past barriers. Jeff holds an MBA from University of Tampa, professional designations from ICF, PAAC, and certifications from ADD Coach Academy and Coaches Training Institute. Jeff is a member of ADDA, CHADD, ACO, PAAC, ADD Resources, and ICF.
After the lecture, we will have a brief general support group meeting.
To register for this Zoom Lecture, and our support group meeting at the conclusion of our lecture, please E mail us at: email@example.com (please include your E mail address). We request a $5.00 donation at all of our meetings & lectures (please see below for our PayPal, Venmo & Zelle account information).